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Redemption cannot come at the cost of victims.
No one in Pakistan thinks the arts can yield dividends.
There are many players who don’t want stories to be told.
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Consumers need to ask who is running the news outlets.
Fawzia Mirza’s film Signature Move has great performances, comedic moments and is a reminder of how complicated familial
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An experimental novel about race, belonging and the loss of a mother
Despite obvious differences, the lives of those who have made it in the world and those who want to make it, are not all
The desire to belong, to find sympathy and understanding, can lead to dire consequences
Fates and Furies is a novel that is somewhat reminiscent of Gone Girl, at the outset at least
Meghan Daum’s collection of essays are honest, witty and worth a read
Elizabeth Gilbert guides creative people on how to overcome their mental blocks
The award-winning book is a powerful commentary on the broken American dream
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Edward St Aubyn’s Lost for Words effectively satirises the world of literary prizes